Four set for Oct. 22 Hall of Fame induction

Former standouts Thad McCracken ’04, Matt Moore ’05, Fran Quigley ’84 and Richard Veach ’88 have been selected to join the Hanover Athletic Hall of Fame. The foursome will be inducted Oct. 22 during a special ceremony as part of the College’s Hall of Fame Day. One of the top three-point shooters in school history,

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Influential Indiana-based entrepreneur Chris Baggott will be the featured guest for the debut presentation of Hanover College’s Shoemaker Speaker Series. Reserve tickets now Considered one of the top U.S. technology entrepreneurs, Baggott has been the driving force and creative mind behind numerous business innovations through the past two decades. His revolutionary creations, highlighted by ExactTarget,

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The life and artwork of the late Kristen Croxton will be celebrated during a special ceremony on the Hanover College campus. Area residents are invited to join family members, friends and campus community members for the dedication of a permanent display of Croxton’s artwork and the first presentation of a memorial scholarship in her honor.

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The Hanover College Theatre will stage a comedic adaptation of famed author Jane Austen’s classic novel “Sense and Sensibility,” Friday-Sunday, Nov. 19-21. First drafted in the late 1700s, Austen’s novel was originally published in 1811 and has been in continuous publication for more than 200 years. The work has been adapted for stage, film and

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Cover photo by Camryn Stemle ’23. Molly Martin Pabst ’11, Carley Meek Riehle ’08 and Larry Duke were enshrined into the Hanover Athletic Hall of Fame during an Oct. 30 campus ceremony. The trio was also honored at halftime of the Panthers’ football game against Manchester University. Pabst was a four-time first-team all-Heartland Conference honoree for the

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Through many generations, Native Americans have been exposed to a stream of negative stereotypes and false claims. This prolonged historical trauma has created internalized cultural oppression within the community and manifests in descendants as “cultural self-hate.” Kenneth Barnett Tankersley, Ph.D., an associate professor in the departments of anthropology and geology at the University of Cincinnati,

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The Hanover College Theatre will stage an intimate presentation of famed author Agatha Christie’s legendary murder mystery “The Mousetrap,” Friday-Sunday, Oct. 15-17. “The Mousetrap” stands as the world’s longest continuously running play, logging more than 27,000 performances from its London West-end premiere in 1952 until the COVID-19 pandemic ended its run in 2020. Christie’s classic

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Professor and author Charlotte Thomas, Ph.D., will examine “A Republic, If We Can Keep It: Institutions, Conventions and our Written Constitution” during a special Constitution Day address at Hanover College. The address will be held Monday, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m. in the Ogle Center. Limited admission is available to the free lecture. Face-coverings are

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The region’s largest opportunity for high-school students and parents to explore a wide range of colleges and universities returns to Hanover College’s campus this fall. Hanover will host the Southeastern Indiana Regional College Fair, Monday, Sept. 27, in the Horner Health and Recreation Center. The event, featuring representatives and information from nearly 40 colleges and universities,

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Noted Indiana poet Chantel Massey will present a virtual evening of poetry reading and conversation Thursday, May 20. The appearance is made possible through the support of an Indiana Authors Award grant, administered by Indiana Humanities. The virtual event, which begins at 7 p.m., is open to the public, free of charge. Registration is required.

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